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Brick of Queen of the Nile Soap
Brick of Queen of the Nile Soap
Brick of Queen of the Nile Soap


 
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Great Value, one brick of soap is the same as 14, 95g bars of soap, yet the cost is the same as 10 bars of soap. Effectively you get 4 bars of soap free of charge and save on packaging.
Seriously rich and creamy, this fragrant white soap is made with goat's milk and cocoa butter with essential oils - patchouli, vetivert, ylang ylang and sweet orange. Luxurious and moisturising, this soap suits dry skin types.
Price: £50.00

Product Code: R964


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Half Brick (750g) [Subtract -£25.00]
Whole Brick (1.5kg)

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Brick of Queen of the Nile Soap, 1.5kg

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

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Brick of Queen of the Nile Soap March 15, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Cornwall United Kingdom  
a gorgeous creamy soap I always have a supply of.

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Lovely soap December 5, 2016
Reviewer: christine ainscough from milnthorpe, cumbria United Kingdom  
I have purchased this brick of soap before and am very happy.  I bought soaps for my daughters wedding favours from this company first class

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bulk buy January 29, 2015
Reviewer: caz walton from benfleet, essex United Kingdom  
I have bought Queen of the Nile from Heyland & whittle for about four years I spotted it at Hampton court tried it and have used it ever since  I have a skin condition and it is nice to use a bar of soap. Two bricks last me most of the year unless my family take it home with them.

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Delighted September 22, 2014
Reviewer: Mrs Helen Dunn from Ventnor, Isle of Wight United Kingdom  
Very good value for money.
Love the perfume.
The usual high standard one expects from Heyland and Whittle.

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